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Test of LRS on Audio Science Review website

I don't know that his test method is appropriate for a dipole speaker that is a line source, I think some changes in protocol would need to made from his normal procedure which works well for box speakers but a panel speaker is a rather different animal.

Some useful info comes from the test- but I think overall the test method needs to be redesigned when used with a line source dipole. I don't know what, exactly, should be changed but clearly his results are not consistent with what people hear from the LRS. His method uses math to derive an anechoic response from the many many measurements made by his Klippel measurement robot, but I don't think anechoic response tells you much about a speaker that interacts so with the listening space the way a dipole does.
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Topic - Test of LRS on Audio Science Review website - triamp 03:52:42 09/25/20 (40)


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